Month: September 2020

What You Need to Know About Wearing a Face Mask Outside

Our understanding of the coronavirus pandemic—and wearing masks—has changed rapidly over the past seven months. Early on, public health authorities in the U.S. discouraged face coverings on the contradictory grounds that they weren’t helpful and that mask supplies should be reserved for frontline health care workers. By late spring, however, several states were mandating mask use in public …

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Federal Introduces New FireStick to Revolutionize Muzzleloader Hunting

(Image: Vista Outdoor) Back in January at the 2020 SHOT Show, I got to check out the new Nitrofire muzzleloading system from Traditions, which uses a cool “cartridge” of propellant made by Federal, dubbed the FireStick. I reported on that on our sister site OutdoorHub; you can read that by clicking here. In short, you …

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Pendley’s Dismissal Threatens Trump’s Oil Agenda

Ready for some good news? Following a lawsuit filed by Montana governor Steve Bullock, on Friday a federal court ruled that William Perry Pendley’s tenure running the Bureau of Land Management was illegal and immediately ordered an end to his authority. The decision has the potential to invalidate hundreds of decisions issued by the agency, dating all the …

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Ian Takes a Taurus Curve to a Pistol Match

(Image: Screenshot from video) Remember the Taurus Curve pistol? We first told you about it when it was announced in 2014, and published a review in 2015. It’s a blocky-looking pistol that has a curve built in, to conform to your body (theoretically). Amazingly enough, it’s still in production even though it has been plagued …

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Summer Storms Assignment Winner Bob Faucher

Congratulations to Bob Faucher for winning the recent Summer Storms Assignment with the image, “Electrical Storm,” which was taken near Thermopolis, Wyoming. See more of Bob Faucher’s work at www.faucherphotography.com. View the winning image and a selection of submissions in the gallery below. And be sure to check out our current photography assignment here and enter your …

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AGM Global Vision Announces Huge Partnership Expansion

AGM Global Vision is an Arizona based night-vision and thermal optics development and distribution company. Recently they announced a new, massive partnership expansion that will bring their vast array of products to a number of new retailers. The Partnership expansion is set to go into effect fall of 2020 so we should expect to start …

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Photo Of The Day By Kevin King

Photo By Kevin King Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Swirlpool” by Kevin King. Location: West Virginia. “A large eddy at the base of a remote waterfall in West Virginia,” describes King. Nikon D800E. Exposure: 30 sec., f/11, ISO 50. Photo of the Day is chosen from various OP galleries, including Assignments, Galleries and the OP Contests. Assignments …

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The Eternal Magic of Van Cortlandt Park

In mid-May, just as New York City was finally seeing a decline in its COVID-19 infection rate, the New York Times ran a story about how some of the city’s wealthiest neighborhoods had emptied out by “40 percent or more” after the pandemic hit. Unsurprisingly, the mass exodus of the well-to-do inspired contempt among those …

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